Over priced nice place but not my cup of tea. If you want to show off or impress someone then by all means go. This a place more for photo shoots and impressions. The staff are ok the place is well maintained.
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Love is not strong enough word for the St. James Tea Room. It is a definite must when in Albuquerque. The building itself is in a beautiful small courtyard and the inside is reminiscent of tea houses I've visited in Europe. On my last visit...More
Teas are so fun here. Clotted cream, cucumber sandwiches, traditional English teas. Fun for a group as well as individuals and couples.
My Daughter took my Wife & I to St James for a belated Father's Day "Afternoon Tea!" Needless-to-say it was my first time at this delightful establishment. Each individual "room" was "very old English with antiques;" Even the serving dishes were from England along with...More
I have been to England numerous times and make do with Americanized attempts at high tea. This is the real deal. From the moment I stepped in, I was transported from Albuquerque to England. They have done a fantastic job with the nooks and decorating....More
If your significant other likes things like downtown Abbey, Pride and Prejudice, being fancy, getting dressed up, and of course, drinking tea then you should take them to St James Tea Room. My wife and I had a wonderful experience and if we lived in...More
This is a truly unusual place, where private "rooms" are created by curtains. As you might imagine for a "Tea Rom", the food is a mixture of savory and sweet, all of it delicious. Wine is available as a complement to your meal.
Our friend has been telling us about this place for a long time! It was awesome! An over the top, old fashioned English tea. Not the kind you get in a cafe in London, but the kind you would get in a home parlor. 3...More